Didn’t you say you had a story? I do have a story. The something you were embarrassed about Yeah, so We were talking about you know the birds and the bees talks we had in school. So when I was in fourth grade, we had the your changing body talk for the girls. And Brenda and I were talking about how it’s a big deal for the boys like everyone’s talking like what are you going to discus and so basically you go into this room for an hour a day for a week or so and they teach you abut your . and what’s going to happen and give you this little booklet. This little dinky. How old were you. Fourth grade so. (Sounds of joking agreement) So they give out condoms or (embarrassed grunt) It wasn’t really, it wasn’t about sex. It was just about… Your body changing. Becoming a woman. Right and so it was this really big deal. Like starter kit and like a tampon and pad you know some crap and it also came with a friendship bracelet. Muh. But everyone knew that that (laughter) friendship bracelet came from the starter kit so if wore that to school everyone was like you’ve started your period. (Carrie) Aww. So that was of limits But anyway I was (laughter) mortified I didn’t want to talk about it. I didn’t I knew if I came home with this booklet. My mom would want to talk about it with me. So I went home and dug and dug a hole in my backyard. (sounds of disbelief) And tore it up into little pieces and buried it. Holy shit Becca Oh my gosh And every once and a while it would rain and little pieces would surface and I would have to kick it back under there too. Oh my god. Was there one night two years later where you like rushed from your bedroom went and got a shovel and tried to dig that book back up And it came back up as a zombie. Cremation. and little hands shot up through the dirt on a lightning night It’s funny. Yeah. See I don’t remember what they told us. Cause we had the same thing as like fourth grade but I remember Everyone trying to figure out what they told the girls because the girls came out and looked like scarred. Yeah I mean that was traumatic. And they didn’t want to share it. Yeah. It was basically like your life is over. The boys came out and it was the same thing and the girls came out and they were like Oh my god. And the guys came outand we were like Ha Ha Ha oh yea. (Deep voice) Boners! Huh Ha. Why I actually remember a kid in the middle of the talk going BONERS!!!! And the whole room was like demonetized. Like just lost it. Yeah. But the first time I got B.O. and recognized it was like in six or seventh grade. And I was like wearing a sweater, and I was like the fuck smells like onions. Why does it smell like onions. Someone smells like shit. I remember complaining to a friend to a friend it was like. Does something smell like shit to you. Someone smells like fucking shit around here. And I remember, like. Sniff sniff And I smelled it and was just mortified. Like and the rest of the day I just wanted to go home because I had been complaining about someone smelling like shit. I was the shit smeller. Ugh awful. Music.